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Alleviating damp, shady conditions and physical removal of moss are natural ways to kill it. Moss grows in yards as a result of moisture, shade and poorly maintained lawns. More »

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Potassium salt from fatty acids is known to kill different types of moss, according to Garden Guides. Zinc is another moss killer, and it comes in different forms such as zinc-copper sulfate and zinc chloride. One partic... More »

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According to SFGate Home Guides, gardeners landscape a yard with Scottish moss by using it as ground cover, as a backdrop to early spring flowers, around the edges of water features and in shady spots. Small plugs of the... More »

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There are several ways to effectively get rid of moss on lawns and these methods include a combination of the following: allowing more sunlight to shine on the lawn, manual removal of the moss, aerating the lawn and addi... More »

If large patches of clover have invaded your lawn, physical removal is the first step. Use a spade or a sod-cutter to dig the clover patches out, roots and all. Another option is to cover the clover patch with a tarp for... More »

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Natural ways to get rid of moles include planting vegetative barriers, minimizing watering the lawn, removing the moles' food source and creating a homemade chemical mole repellent. Homeowners are advised to contact a pr... More »

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